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Montefano, presentazione del libro di Giancarlo Trapanese “Chi mi ha ucciso?”

Giancarlo Trapanese

Giancarlo Trapanese

Venerdì 26 Febbraio ore 21.30, Giancarlo Trapanese presenterà il suo ultimo lavoro “Chi mi ha ucciso?” accompagnato alla chittara da Grazia Barboni.

Dopo molte pubblicazioni e importanti riconoscimenti, Giancarlo Trapanese torna sulla scena letteraria con il suo nuovo, insolito e seducente romanzo “Chi mi ha ucciso?”. Un thriller metafisico, sospeso tra reale e fantastico, che si muove entro confini incerti e un tempo adimensionale, privo di schemi ordinari e punti di riferimento. Sarà presente anche il musicista Marco Santini.

Diciannove personaggi, uomini e donne, di età e provenienza diverse, si ritrovano in una misteriosa villa settecentesca, situata in un luogo indefinito; sono stati invitati a trascorrervi un breve soggiorno da un chimerico personaggio: “L’Autore”. Nessuno di loro è riuscito a rifiutare l’invito, pur non conoscendone il motivo. Ma prima della cena rivelatrice di verità annunciate, in un clima ai confini della realtà, un delitto oscuro sconvolge le esistenze di tutti e provoca drammatici interrogativi. Saranno il maresciallo Luigi Braschi e il suo amico giornalista Giorgio Catanese a condurre le indagini, mentre gli altri personaggi intrecciano trame d’amore e di risentimento: una lotta per la verità, che porta alla consapevolezza dell’inconsistenza e della mancanza di senso di ogni rigida distinzione tra realtà e irrealtà, e in generale tra piani dimensionali diversi (la villa stessa sembra essere una sorta di “stargate” tra universi paralleli)….

Giancarlo Trapanese, scrittore, giornalista professionista, vice capo redattore della sede RAI per le Marche, professore a contratto di Teoria e tecnica del linguaggio radiotelevisivo presso Scienza della Comunicazione – Università di Macerata ( dal 2008 al 2011 ). Dal 2011-2012 professore a contratto del Laboratorio di Comunicazione scritta – Scienza della Comunicazione Università di Macerata.

Nasce ad Ancona il 22/07/1954 ed attualmente risiede a Numana e ad Ancona.
Sposato, due figli, ha diretto all’inizio della sua carriera due televisioni private: TV Marche ed RTM Recanati.
Ha lavorato a Roma per il settimanale Qui Notizie e collaborato con il Resto del Carlino, per poi passare al Corriere Adriatico dove è stato capo servizio della redazione di Macerata per 5 anni, e poi responsabile degli interni esteri prima di essere assunto in RAI nel 1987.

In RAI ha collaborato con le più importanti trasmissioni sportive, La Domenica sportiva (di Tito Stagno), Novantesimo Minuto, Tutto il calcio minuto per minuto, Domenica Stadio, Domenica Sprint, L’Una Italiana (con Umberto broccoli).
Ha presentato sue pubblicazioni nel programma ufficiale sia della Fiera del Libro di Torino che della Buchmesse di Francoforte.

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